Carbon Steel Samurai Warrior Tanto Sword
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  • Black lacquered wooden scabbard with matching nylon cord wrapping
  • Handle: Imitation ray skin with nylon cord wrapping
  • Blade: Constructed of forged carbon steel
  • 9” blade, 15 1/4" overall

Practice the art of becoming a samurai warrior with this tanto sword.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.00 out of 5
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Carbon Steel Tanto Reviewed by Lyle D. Yates on Feb 02, 2015   2 out of 5

This Tanto is far from fully functional. The blade was loose and the inner Tsuka by the Fuchi had to be shimmed. The Ito (handle wrapping), was also loose. The tip was bent as if someone dropped it on a concrete floor and I had to file it out. The inner handle by the Fuchi was cracked. The blade is not temered properly as one cut through a common bamboo scure rolled the edge over. Upon close inspection of the Nakago (tang), I noticed that the blade had been machine stamped from a common carbon steel stock and not hand forged. Anyone who intends on using this for tameshigiri would do well to cut nothing but pool noodles. Master Instructor, Lyle D. Yates

Nice Tonto Reviewed by con on Jan 02, 2015   5 out of 5

Carbon steel is harder than stainless steel; less likely to crack. I am very pleased with the look, sharpness of the blade, and balance of this knife. And at a steal of a price!

Tanto Madness Reviewed by Tony Fleming on Oct 05, 2013   4 out of 5

I actually prefer the flat point Tantos such as Cold Steel usually produces, but this one is certainly a worthy alternative and it keeps me from having to purchase the much more simular but very expensive custom hand-made Tantos out there. Yes, it may require a little more care to fight back rust but that is the price we pay for quality. Forget the Vaseline suggestion, use Chogi Oil instead.

Get a vocabulary Reviewed by Steven on Sep 22, 2013   5 out of 5

Damascus/carbon steel blades are easier to sharpen compared to Stainless steel. but they rust due to high carbon content. So advice of wiping oil off blade as you suggest is detrimental to Damascus! It will rust proto...Hence modern predominance of Stainless steel. I suggest a dose of petroleum jelly. A little goes a long way but your high carbon Damascus will thank you for it! that way you wont pull a rusted solid piece of junk out of the scabbard in a day or two!

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